Cat Refuge (Aliens Among Us #1) by Liza O’Connor

Guys, here’s the new book in the new Liza O’Connor’s series!

The book is Cat Refuge (Aliens Among Us #1) by Liza O’Connor, a Science Fiction and Romance Story.

A Warning from someone who knows…

“We all like to believe we are masters of our fate. However, usually it isn’t true. Somewhere, a person exists, sometimes completely unknown to you, whose slightest action impacts your life.”


Jason Connors, the head of the FBI, becomes involved in a simple immigration case in which a doctor from Africa has married an American woman so he can enter the United States. Some claim the doctor is not human, but rather a cat-like alien species that can mimic the human form. Determined to discover what is really going on, he sends his brightest agent, Carmella Ginkaboto Africa, to uncover the facts. Courageously, she travels deep into the jungle to learn the truth from the first of this species who originally landed on Earth two hundred years prior. Her discovery alters the future of Earth forever.



She awoke to darkness. She opened her eyes but could see nothing. She listened for movement, sensing she was not alone.

A low rumbling purr emanated from the corner. As she stared at the corner, the black shape of a panther came toward her. It lifted its body halfway onto the bed with its huge paws positioned on both sides of her face. It lowered its massive face against the side of her head and sniffed. The rumbling purrs resonated through her body as its tongue caressed her neck.

Why was the cat here? How could he be here? She reached up and stroked his massive head. Her touch seemed to startle the animal as he pulled his head back and sniffed her outreached hand. She opened her palm to his investigative sniffs. When he seemed convinced it held no danger, he pushed his head under her hand, as if encouraging her to resume her caresses.

His fur felt different from her wild cats, silkier and longer than the course tuft of her panther, two mountain lions, and four tigers and a lion. As she stroked his muscular neck and powerful shoulders, she closed her eyes, and gave way her pleasure as her hospital gown was gently pulled from her body by his teeth. Then the pleasures of the prior night repeated.

A low growl of desire emanated from him as he drove himself deep inside her body. She had never known lovemaking such as this before. He did not move in and out, rather pushed deeper and deeper into her, filling her whole being. Once she climaxed from the pleasure, he punctured his finger and placed it into her mouth. The sweetness of his blood tantalized her senses and she suckled with a passionate hunger.

When he pulled himself from her, she felt as if her body ripped in two. Reflexively she bit down on his finger. He did not pull away but seemed to encourage her to continue to suckle it. As the sweetness ran down her throat, the searing pain lessened. But nothing made sense. How could a panther puncture his finger? He had paws, not fingers.

Within a few moments, the pain was just a memory, washed away by a soothing calm and peaceful tranquility, which lured her into a deep slumber.



About the Author

Liza lives in Denville, NJ with her dog Jess. Having an adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels. She loves to create interesting characters, set them loose, and scribe what happens in a myriad of genres.


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